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    Published 22 March 2020 Whether you’re a tenant looking to rent a house, mobile home or apartment, or you’re a landlord searching for a suitable renter, it pays to know the law. In the land of enchantment, that law is referred to as the New Mexico Owner-Resident Relations Act. Without a working knowledge of what’s

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    Published 5 June 2018 Homebuyers are inherently payment conscious. Their typical mantra is “the lower the better.” To that end, some purposefully seek out homes priced at the lower end of the spectrum. Few are aware that there’s another and sometimes even better approach to achieving a low monthly payment: Buy a property that generates income. To

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    Published 9 February 2018 Editor’s note: This is the second in Gary Sandler’s two-part series on dealing with the tax ramifications of selling rental properties.  Before selling a rental property, we explored the tax consequences associated with the purchase and disposition of a fictitious Las Cruces-area triplex purchased for $150,000. In this part, we’ll explore

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    Published 2 February 2018 Editors note: This is the first in Gary Sandler’s two-part series on dealing with the tax ramifications of selling rental properties. Look for the second installment in the Feb. 11 edition of the Sun-News. LAS CRUCES – Owning a rental property has its advantages. A steady stream of income, the ability to write

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    Published 8 September 2017 LAS CRUCES – His name is Brewski, and he’s 11-year old Connor Flanagan’s American Bull Dog/Labrador-mix service dog. Connor and his mom, Katrina Flanagan, live in the village of Tijeras, New Mexico, and adopted the certified service dog from a rescue group in 2015 to help Connor cope with a condition known

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    Published 23 June 2017 LAS CRUCES – Utility bills can be a point of contention between landlords and tenants, especially when a tenant vacates a rental property without settling up with the utility companies. The extent to which the problem affects the landlord has everything to do with the individual utility company and the laws

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